March's The Natural Beauty Box is entitled "Almost Good Enough to Eat.." and there is an extra edible treat tucked inside. The box costs £24.95 per month including p&p. There are also discount codes included for most of the brands. Join up for April HERE.
The reason I signed up this month was mainly for Skin Alchemist's The Gorgeous Soldier (100ml) which is a nourishing body scrub which quite honestly smells good enough to eat! It's seriously chocolatey! This is a full size product which is worth an eye watering £34! I'm looking forward to testing this out and a review will follow.
Yet another full size product! From Pink & Green we have 100ml of their 'Marzipan' Body Souffle (£16) which has a sweet and edible marzipan nutty scent. It's a blend of Shea Butter and Plum Kernel oil and is a delicious treat for the skin. Again, a full review will follow.
Kokomelt is a new to me brand (exciting) and inside the box this month is a tin of their mini Lavender Sugar Cubes (£3.50). I love the quirky but pretty packaging. Again, looking forward to trying these out.
The final two items are new to me brands too (happy face). First up, is Heavenly Organics Organic Peppermint Foot Balm 15g (£6.99 - you can buy a refill at £3.99). The rich peppermint scented balm is shaped like a flower (it's the little things), melts on contact with warms skin and leaves the feet nourished and sweetly scented. Again, a review will follow.
From Aura Organics we have their Vegan Organic Chocolate & Orange Lip Balm £4 which is made with dark Cacao Butter and other butters and scented with Sweet Orange oil. It has a nice texture and feels moisturising on the lips.
A final edible sweet treat extra is a mini bar of Vegan Coconut Milk Bar from Glasgow based, Raven Chocolate which is worth £1.95 (I tried this yummy brand at last year's Foodies Festival in Edinburgh). As well as being Vegan the chocolate is dairy and gluten free and GMO free.
It's a fabulous box this month. What are your thoughts?